Found March 23, 2014 on
Stanford fans likely know all about Josh Huestis; Pac-12 fans as well probably. However, the rest of the college basketball loving world probably isn't all to aware of who the 6'7" senior is (or maybe it's just me; I've never heard of the man before).After rejecting this Kansas shot during the first half of Sunday's game I bet the man gained at least a hand full of Twitter followers!@SBNationGIF/Twitter Loading...
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Although the Stanford Cardinal men's basketball team got people's attention Sunday by upsetting Kansas to advance to the Sweet 16 round of the NCAA Tournament, the biggest star of Sunday's game was unquestionably the guy playing the cowbell in the Stanford Marching Band.If there's anyone out there who could use a little more cowbell, this guy surely brought it today...
The tougher team won.
Stanford, not always known for its grit, had more of the stuff Sunday and knocked off No. 2 seed Kansas 60-57 to advance to the Sweet 16 round of the NCAA tournament.
The 10th-seeded Cardinal (23-12), playing in its first NCAA tournament since 2008, advances to Memphis for a Thursday regional semifinal against Dayton (25-10) of the Atlantic-10 Conference....
Stanford shot blocker Josh Huestis can pinpoint the difference between the Cardinal team now and a year ago:
"He's something we missed last year, a big inside force," Huestis said Monday, a day after the Cardinal advanced to the Sweet 16 by stunning No. 2-seeded Kansas.
Stanford's 6-foot-11 center has been a towering presence this season while...
ST. LOUIS (AP) Kansas freshmen Andrew Wiggins and Wayne Selden Jr. ducked away from the microphones and giggled when asked about the challenge of controlling Stanford's leading scorer, as if they had never heard of Chasson Randle.
Stanford hadn't been to the NCAA tournament in six years, and the Cardinal doesn't want to go home.
There was no sense of satisfaction after a 58-53 win over No. 7 New Mexico on Friday at the Scottrade Arena. Stanford is only looking forward.
"Coach tells us, a lot of teams are just happy to be here," senior forward Josh Huestis said. "Only a handful of teams...